APM seeks new chief executive
Posted by APM on 12th Sep 2014
Association for Project Management have released the candidate profile for their next chief executive as Andrew Bragg prepares to step down in December after 10 years in a role he describes as a professional privilege.
As the largest professional body of its kind in Europe, with over 21,000 individual and 550 corporate members; APM offers a range of qualifications, events, publications and online services.
As a respected authority for project management across the national and international business community and within Government, APM has established itself as a leading professional body in its field.
It is currently in the process of applying for a Royal Charter, creating a significant opportunity to raise the profile and value of the profession universally.
Recruiting through leading executive search firm Odgers Berndtson, APM are looking for a candidate to provide leadership to the association and to represent and promote the profession to a wide variety of external stakeholders including individuals, corporates, governments and key opinion-formers.
The candidate is likely to have a successful track record of leadership gained at a senior level in the private, not-for-profit or public sector, or in a professional membership organisation as well as proven experience of diverse stakeholder management across the public, private and voluntary sectors.
Visit the Odgers Berndtson website for full details.